Allan C. Chastain, M.D.

Dr. Chastain’s joined this practice in 1977.  Dr. Chastain’s father, the late Chalmer Chastain, M.D. , originally found this practice in 1953.  Dr. Chastain attended Medical School at the University of  Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis.  In the past Dr. Chastain has served in many leadership roles at local hospitals including Chief of Medicine at Cleveland Community Hospital and Chief of Family Medicine at Bradley Memorial Hospital.  He is a member of the Bradley County Medical Society, Tennessee Medical Association and American Academy of Family Practice.  He is married to Jeanie and has two children with 5 grandchildren (which includes a set of triplets!).  His interests include golf and snow skiing.  Dr. Chastain is also an active member of his local church.  

J. Michael Mazzolini, M.D.   (retired 12/31/13)

 

Dr. Mazzolini joined the practice in 1987, moving from Oklahoma.  He attended medical school/ residency at the University of Oklahoma/ Tulsa and began his career in a practice in Oklahoma before moving to Tennessee.  Dr. Mazzolini is Board Certified in Family Practice and also member of the Bradley County Medical Society (past president), Tennessee Medical Association and American Academy of Family Practice.  He has also served as a past Chief of Staff for Cleveland Community Hospital.  Dr. Mazzolini has participated in several medical mission trips to Honduras, Haiti and Guatemala.   He is married to Tanya and has four children with 8 grandchildren.  

W. A. "Gus" Hays, M.D.

 

Dr. Hays joined the practice in 1990.  He is a born native of Chattanooga. He attended college at University of Tennessee, medical school at St. George’s University School of Medicine and completed his family practice residency at the University of Wisconsin.  Dr. Hays is  Board Certified in Family Practice and also member of the Bradley County Medical Society, Tennessee Medical Association and American Academy of Family Practice. Dr. Hays is the Medical Director of the Good Samaritan Clinic which provides free healthcare for individuals without insurance or limited resources.  Dr. Hays interests include hiking, gardening, fishing and hunting.  He is also an avid UT-Vol fan.  He is married to Florence and has three children and one grandchild. 

Dennis Thompson, D.O.

 

Dr. Thompson joined the practice in 1999.  He is a native of Michigan and also lived in Texas before making his home in Tennessee.  He attended the University of North Texas College of Osteopathy to receive his medical training.  He completed his residency at Memorial Hospital in Chattanooga.  Dr. Thompson is Board Certified in Family Practice and also member of the Bradley County Medical Society (past president), Tennessee Medical Association and American Academy of Family Practice. Dr. Thompson loves helping people and continues to do this by working shifts at the Emergency Room at SkyRidge Hospital, serving as adjunct faculty/ clinical preceptor for healthcare students and providing medical needs for people while on mission trips to Africa. Dr. Thompson has a variety of interests outside of work but most recent addition is farming. Dr. Thompson is married to Sandra and has two children with two grandchildren.  

Paul D. Boerema, M.D.

 

Dr. Boerema joined the practice in August 2012, after finishing his Family Medicine Residency at Erlanger Hospital as Chief Resident. Prior to residency, Dr. Boerema attended medical school at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis. He is Board Certified in Family Medicine and is a member of the Tennessee Medical Association and the American Academy of Family Practice. Dr. Boerema is a Chattanooga native. He is on the deacon board at Grace Baptist Church and also plays trumpet in the church orchestra. Paul is married to Katie and has three daughters.